The vandalism came amid growing calls to punish those who mock or insult Islam on social media.
Ballot boxes for the Thinadhoo South constituency were also recounted after complaints.
JP leader Gasim Ibrahim announced he was open to talks with other parties to challenge the MDP.
Adeeb was taken back to prison after he was discharged from hospital.
Five MPs were defeated by challengers.
JP MP Abdul Latheef Mohamed proposed amending the criteria for parliamentary candidates.
The UAE started granting 30-day on-arrival visas for Maldivians on January 1.
The PPM's former leaders denied forming a new political party to escape debt.
The anti-corruption NGO made recommendations as "prerequisites to establishing a robust asset declaration regime."
Financial statements of the president, vice president and ministers were made public for the first time.
The transport ministry also announced plans to introduce taxi meters.
A committee is looking into allegations of gangs nominating judges, providing private security, and “fixing” trials.
A public forum was held after the transport ministry’s aborted decision to enforce a MVR40 (US$2.5) rate.
Yameen is accused of money laundering and giving false information to the anti-corruption watchdog.
A public chat channel has been branding individuals as apostates.
Drug seizures increased 232 percent from the previous year.
He was brought to Malé from the Maafushi prison for emergency medical care.